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July 1, 1991 Table Of Contents

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Games

The Rabbi of Roundball

Reeve Brenner has developed a game that allows the able-bodied and the disabled to compete on a basis of equality

By Ed Miller

Books

The Year of the Streak and .406

Robert W. Creamer takes a look at baseball's wondrous summer of '41

By Ron Fimrite

Dodgers

The Pride of the Dodgers

Great pitching, the hallmark of Dodger teams for years, is back on display in L.A.

By Nicholas Dawidoff

Rankled by a Wankel

The sports-car world was sent spinning when a Mazda, powered by a howling rotary engine, won the 24 Hours of Le Mans

By Bruce Newman

Football

Unsportsmanlike Conduct

From Atlanta to Los Angeles, the college football off-season has seen an inordinate number of players run afoul of authorities

By Austin Murphy

Bora Milutinovic

Bora! Bora! Bora!

Bora Milutinovic hopes to lead a U.S. surprise attack on the World Cup

By Clive Gammon

The World at Our Doorstep

By Jay Greenberg

Chuck Finley

CHUCKIN'

Six years ago California Angel pitcher Chuck Finley was planting trees and tilling soil in Louisiana. Now he's the best lefthanded pitcher in baseball. And—get this—he actually appreciates how lucky he is

By Steve Rushin

Leroy Burrell

Super power

Leroy Burrell is already the fastest man alive, and, at 24, he's only getting better

By Merrell Noden

Television

Home (Plate) Movies

An HBO documentary featuring amateur footage brings back the glory days of baseball

By Steve Wulf

Inside

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

NO FUTILITY IN UTILITY

By Tim Kurkjian

Grand Canyon

Simply Grand

ROUGHRIDING IN THE GRAND CANYON CAN BE BOTH UNBELIEVABLE AND UNFORGETTABLE

By E.M. Swift

Sideline

Meet a Doggone Good Baseball Fan

After a busy day working stock at the ranch, Perry likes nothing better than to unwind at a ball game

By Jay Feldman

For The Record

NBC lands a Super man...Letterman's choice: shut out or shut up...Spellbound Aussies

Edited by Michael Jaffe

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Facing Facts about Ali

He was not the greatest at knowing when to quit, nor were fans who blithely cheered him on

By Rick Telander

Departments

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Richard Demak